McQuaid 2019 is a wrap! Complete results available here.
The Lansing recap:
Thanks to John Brenner and Cassy Rooney-Monger for more great photos from our races:
Sunny skies and warm temperatures on a fast and flat course! Emmy Jackson '21 ran to a second place finish in a field of over 211 runners in the varsity small school girls race, leading her team to a 4th place finish (the fellow IAC team of Trumansburg won the meet). Jack Thomas '20 took home some prize swag as well with his 20th place finish in the varsity small school boys race, leading his team to an 11th place finish. JV Boys took 6th place with Thomas Wells '23 leading the Bobcats in that race. Domenica Reeve '24 and Aiden Hathorn '24 each led their squads in the modified girls and modified boys races, respectively, with 12th place individual finishes. The modified girls of Lansing would finish 10th and the modified boys took 18th.
Special kudos to the modified teams: every SINGLE one of them that competed ran to a PR (personal record) for 1.5 miles!
Thanks to John Brenner for photos:
Lansing Star article with a recap of the first meets can be found here.
Meet Results: https://ny.milesplit.com/meets/368671/results#.XYKAC0hKjIU
Photos (Set 1 of 2), credit to John Brenner:
Photos (Set 2 of 2), credit Cassy Rooney-Monger
The first dual meet of the season is under our belts. We opened the season at Watkins Glen on a sunny day, taking on a course that was new to everyone in the program. Both varsity teams came in third overall behind Elmira Notre Dame and Waverly. The modified teams scrimmaged, getting their first feel for their racing distance.
Varsity photos, credit to John Brenner: